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This week on "Sunday Morning" (February 11)

The Emmy Award-winning "CBS News Sunday Morning" is broadcast on CBS Sundays beginning at 9:00 a.m. ET.  "Sunday Morning" also streams on the CBS News app beginning at 12 p.m. ET. (Download it here.) 

Hosted by Jane Pauley.


Correspondent Susan Spencer chats with authors Deborah Copaken and Daniel Pink, and The New Yorker's art critic Jackson Arn, about regrets and romance. CBS News

COVER STORY: Experts weigh in on the psychology of romantic regret: "It sticks with people" | Watch Video
Whether it's related to romance or not, regret is a near-universal human feeling, according to author Daniel Pink. For his book on that subject, Pink collected thousands of lovelorn anecdotes from people who say they wish they'd done things differently — sometimes, in relationships or missed connections that happened many years ago. Correspondent Susan Spencer chats with Pink, author Deborah Copaken and The New Yorker's art critic Jackson Arn.

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ALMANAC: February 11 (Video)
"Sunday Morning" looks back at historical events on this date.

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Conventioneers arrive on opening day of the World of Concrete construction trade show at Las Vegas Convention Center Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022. K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal via Getty Images

CULTURE: Real "rock stars" at the World of Concrete | Watch Video
For 50 years, The World of Concrete (WOC) has held its annual convention in Las Vegas. Dubbed "ComicCon for concrete guys" by Kevin Thornton, an executive at the company that runs the 700,000-square-foot event, the WOC showcases cutting-edge equipment, high-tech materials and new methods for everything concrete. Also held each year during the three-day convention is the SpecMix Bricklayer 500, a masonry competition where the "world's best mason" is crowned and celebrated with cash prizes and a new truck. Correspondent Conor Knighton pulls us into this universe.

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COMMENTARY: Josh Seftel's mom on dating (Video)
Filmmaker Josh Seftel discusses matters of the heart with his mother, Pat, ahead of Valentine's Day.

Charles Melton
Charles Melton arrives at the 29th Critics Choice Awards on Sunday, Jan. 14, 2024, at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

MOVIES: "May December" star Charles Melton on family and fame | Watch Video
Charles Melton sits down with correspondent Tracy Smith to discuss his winding path to Hollywood and Golden Globe-nominated performance in "May December," the Netflix drama now in the running for an Academy Award for best original screenplay.

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HOLIDAYS: "Sunday Morning" celebrates Lunar New Year (Video)
Jane Pauley helps shine a light on the lantern festivals traditionally held to usher in Lunar New Year around the world, from Zigong, China, to Philadelphia's Franklin Square.

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  • Tianyu, the Zigong-based company that made the lanterns for Philadelphia's festival
  • Historic Philadelphia, the non-profit that put on the event in Franklin Square
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PASSAGE: In Memoriam (Video)
"Sunday Morning" remembers some of the notable figures who left us this week, including the R&B vocalist Henry Fambrough and the conductor Seiji Ozawa.

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TECHNOLOGY: "Hello Vincent": Artificial intelligence brings Van Gogh to life (Video)
 Despite suffering from serious mental health problems in the months before his suicide, Van Gogh was incredibly prolific during that time, producing more than a painting a day. Those final works were gathered together for an exhibition at the Musee D'Orsay, in Paris, where correspondent Seth Doane spoke with curators about the artist's tortured, but inspired, last months alive, and the museum's effort to gain new insight into Van Gogh through artificial intelligence. "Hello Vincent" is a digital version of the painter that can converse and answer questions using artificial intelligence to comb through all the information we know about Van Gogh, including his most personal thoughts as expressed through hundreds of letters he wrote during his lifetime. Doane asks AI Van Gogh some pressing questions about his work and legacy.

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HARTMAN: Football fans try their luck wagering Super Bowl bets (Video)
There are a slew of odds to bet on at the Super Bowl, including but not limited to the winner of the game. Fans can typically wager on the turnout of the yearly coin toss, which color of Gatorade will be dumped on the winning team's coach and how long the National Anthem will be — to name just a few examples. Correspondent Steve Hartman shares his thoughts.

Paul Giamatti
Paul Giamatti arrives at the AFI Awards on Friday, Jan. 12, 2024, at the Four Seasons Beverly Hills in Beverly Hills, Calif. AP Photo/Chris Pizzello

PROFILE: Paul Giamatti, 2024 Oscars nominee for "The Holdovers" | Watch Video
Correspondent Lesley Stahl catches up with Paul Giamatti, the veteran actor whose portrayal of a curmudgeonly teacher in the critically acclaimed film "The Holdovers" has earned him a Best Actor nomination at the 2024 Academy Awards. It's his first Oscars nod in 18 years. Giamatti explains to Stahl that he's made a career out of playing "complicated people" and "people with a complicated relationship to the world" — while playing the theremin in his free time.

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Erin Krakow in the Hallmark Channel series "When Calls the Heart." Hallmark/YouTube

TELEVISION: Hallmark's "When Calls the Heart" galvanized an online community of millions, called Hearties | Watch Video
The long-running Hallmark Channel show "When Calls the Heart" has developed a dedicated following over the course of its 10 seasons. Members of the fan base call themselves Hearties, and their thriving digital community of around 2 million includes people who befriend and support each other offline. Contributor Faith Salie asks Hearties what "When Calls the Heart" means to them. She also talks with Erin Krakow, the show's star, and Janet Oke, the author on whose work the series is based.

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SPORTS: What to look out for at the 2024 Super Bowl (Video)
On the morning of Super Bowl LVIII, James Brown, host of "The NFL Today," previews the game alongside his colleagues at the CBS Sports studio in Las Vegas.

MEDIA: In defense of Sports Illustrated on Super Bowl Sunday (Video)
Sports Illustrated maintained its reputation for decades as an iconic source of athletic news consumed by millions. Now, as the magazine contends with an uncertain future, "60 Minutes" correspondent Jon Wertheim makes a case for its comeback ahead of Super Bowl 58.

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With Valentine's Day coming up, correspondent Steve Hartman shares his thoughts on the phrase "I love you." CBS News

HARTMAN: A Valentine's Day proposition (Video)
With Wednesday, Feb. 14, rapidly approaching, correspondent Luke Burbank challenges us to ditch half-hearted Valentine's Day gestures in favor of something more sincere.

NATURE: Guanay cormorants in Peru (Video)
We leave you this Sunday before Valentine's Day with Guanay cormorants, which mate for life, looking for love at the Punta San Juan nature reserve in Peru. Videographer: Mauricio Handler

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